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Around the rinks: Roy rumors persist
The Colorado Avalanche remain without a head coach, but multiple reports throughout the week have linked Hall of Fame goalie Patrick Roy to the vacant position.
Morning Skate: Tuesday, May 21
Joe Haggerty talks about what's going on in hockey today, including the Colorado Avalanche 's potential draft selection and how the Oklahoma City Barons are dealing with the tornado that hit Oklahoma on Monday.
Kane dazzles as Hawks exact revenge on Avs
Jimmy Hayes and Andrew Shaw scored early while Patrick Kane and Jonathan Toews turned in three-point games as the Blackhawks topped Colorado 5-2 in Denver.
Sharp sidelined, Crawford to start vs. Avs
Patrick Sharp will be sidelined 3-4 weeks with an upper body injury, but Marian Hossa, Andrew Shaw and Michael Frolik will all return to the ice tonight vs. Colorado .
Live on CSN+: Hawks at Avs
See if the Blackhawks can push their point streak to 25 games as they battle the Avalanche in Colorado . Catch all the action on Comcast SportsNet Plus and follow along with In-Game Live.
Sharks, Avs coaches disagree on Stuart hit
Brad Stuart's monster hit on Colorado captain Gabriel Landeskog is creating some controversy, but what is indisputable is that Stuart's hit changed the course of Saturday's game.
Lunch Break: John Gonzalez - 12/27
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Lisa Hillary examines why NHL talks broke down again
be. You know I think everyone a hockey fan actually just getting word ..... pretty supporting for that for hockey in general Africa. To be close ..... and legs to. Erik Johnson of the Colorado Avalanche chimed in it's funny readingand if you wanna be. You know I think everyone -- a hockey fan actually just getting word that it's close and something's gonna get done and then. You know through to kind of follow through on you know I was obviously disappointed. It's pretty supporting for that for hockey in general Africa. To be -- close and just to stop talking is pretty. Is this is a certain thing. Some players have taken to Twitter to voice their opinions. Former flyer Scottie Upshaw didn't hold back his tweeting. We don't understand anything anymore they want less salaries done less rights done. Anything else you want our arms and legs to. Erik Johnson of the Colorado Avalanche chimed in it's funny reading tweets from people saying -- players shouldn't listen to dawn. People there's a reason MLB had their